Vital to the recovery process
Physical therapy is vital to the recovery process. Surgery treats the anatomical issues related to your injury. Exercises and stretching reduce swelling and tension and help to strengthen the injured muscles. In some instances, physical therapy can be an alternative to surgery. Working through exercises and stretches can help to prevent future injuries and pain in other parts of your body. During your physical therapy treatment, you will learn how to perform everyday tasks in a proper way.
Many patients believe that physical therapy exercises are painful. Our physical therapists will modify exercises to fit your needs and limit discomfort. If at any point you experience pain or discomfort, we modify the exercises to fit your needs.
Our Physical Therapists work with you to create a treatment plan that is customized to you and your daily routine. We are your partner in the recovery process, helping you return to that pain-free feeling you felt before your injury.
Not sure if you can afford treatment? As a courtesy, we check your benefits and give you an estimate of what your out of pocket costs might be to make the recovery process less stressful.
What to Expect
At the first visit, your Physical Therapists will evaluate your injury. Our therapists work with the physicians to diagnose your injury. Based on your diagnosis, we create a personalized treatment plan that works within your comfort zone.
During the therapy sessions, we use essential stretches and exercises to decrease your pain, improve your range of motion, and strengthening your muscles. We give you at-home exercises designed to help you heal. Each week we evaluate your progress from the therapy sessions and home exercises and modify if necessary.
What We Treat
- Post Surgical Injuries
- Orthopedic Injuries
- Hip Replacements
- Knee Replacements
- Shoulder Replacements
- Neck and Back
Where We Treat
Physical Therapy Services at Motus Rehabilitation are offered in three of our Metro-Detroit Clinics:
Did you know?
Therapy helps you heal after surgery and in some cases, it can be a substitute to surgery. Doing the essential exercises and stretches helps heal, prevent future injuries, and reduce pain in other parts of your body.